TOP NEWS | Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Chamber rejects MCESD proposals

Charlot Zahra

Less than three weeks before the Budget for 2010 is to be presented by Finance Minister Tonio Fenech, the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry (MCCEI) has walked out – at least metaphorically – from the pre-Budget discussions that the MCESD had been taking painstakingly for the past three months. >>

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